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Old 09-13-09, 04:14 PM
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Campy parts ID please.

I am trying to ID what group this bottom bracket and shifters were from so I can offer then up in the trade section . Anybody recognize them?
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Nuovo Record post-CPSC BB + spindle (and what do you need for trade? I am in need of one), and the levers are early '70s Record, with the original lever design (which varied a bit in itself through the previous areas), and eyeletted cable routing.

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Nuovo Record post-CSPC BB + spindle (and what do you need for trade? I am in need of one), and the levers are early '70s Record, with the original lever design (which varied a bit in itself through the previous areas), and eyeletted cable routing.

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Thanks Kurt , what does CSPC stand for? This is the BB that was mated to the Campy crank I traded you, it is in great condition. I am looking for a similar BB only Italian threads, a 113 I believe to mount a Ofmega Super Record crank onto a Bianchi Limited.
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Thanks Kurt , what does CSPC stand for? This is the BB that was mated to the Campy crank I traded you, it is in great condition. I am looking for a similar BB only Italian threads, a 113 I believe to mount a Ofmega Super Record crank onto a Bianchi Limited.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, and as usual, I butchered the acronym (once again).

I have a NOS 111 Italian Nuovo spindle (thick cup), and a nice, used Triomphe spindle that is 114 (thin cup). Would either be of interest? I'd offer a pair of cups, but they have such bad races, it isn't funny. I'd trade both for the Nuovo spindle/cups, though I'm not sure if that would really be of benefit to you or not.

EDIT: My mistake - the NOS spindle is thin-cup as well. The used Triomphe is 115mm, not 114. I also dug up a Nuovo Record BB, Italian, thick cup, but the right side raceway is subject to some pitting - and unfortunately, on the bearing contact surface.

I checked my stock of cups - unfortunately, they consist only of the aforementioned poor quality Italian thick-wall cups (fixed cup is intolerable, adjustable is reasonable with some pitting), and a mint, thin-wall English-thread adjustable cup. Nothing else, I'm afraid.

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